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Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #4
(Chs. I - XXV)

I. Paradigm Recall

1. The conjugation of the Present Active Indicative of the Greek verb has endings which indicate "person." Please complete the following table of endings:
SingularPlural
1= "w" - "I"1= "_____"- "we"
2= "_______"-"you"2= "ete"-"______"
3="_______"-"______,_____,_____"3="ousi"-"______"


2. The second declension nouns follow a recognizable pattern of gender, number, and case. Please complete the following chart for these nouns:

Masculine
SingularPlural
N. o"N. oi
G.G.
D.D. oi"
A.A. ou"
Neuter
SingularPlural
N. onN. a
G.G.
D.D.
A.A.


3. The first declension nouns follow three patterns. The first two use either the vowel "a" or the vowel "___" for the basic pattern, while the third combines them. In the space provided below write out as best you can remember the full NGDA singular and plural for either of the two first (consistent) patterns [your choice]:





4. The Greek noun is "modified" by the use of articles and adjectives. These modifies will "agree" in gender, case, and number with the noun they modify. Please write out the declension of the definite article as best you are able in all three genders:

Singular
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. oJhJtov
G.
D.
A.
Plural
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. oiJaiJtav
G.
D.
A.


5. Please complete the following paradigm for the present active indicative for the verb "to be":
Singular
1. eijmiv
2. ei^
3.
Plural
1.
2.
3. eijsiv(n)

6. The secondary tenses of the Greek verb are past tense verbs. The imperfect tense can be recognized by three indicators: a) e or augment at the beginning b) the present stem of the verb, and c) the personal endings which differ from those of the PAI. These endings are: (Hint: 1st person singular is on)

Singular

1.
2.
3.
Plural
1.
2.
3.

7. Now try to recall the personal endings for the First Aorist Active and Middle of the Greek verb. (Hint: the sign of the first aorist is augment + sa)

First Aorist ActiveFirst Aorist Middle
SingularPlural
1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.
PluralPlural
1. 1.
2. 2.
3.3.




8. Can you complete the declension of these two third declension nouns?

SingularPlural
N. a!rcwnN. a!rconte"
G. a!rconto"G.
D.D.
A.A.
SingularPlural
N. o!nomaA. ojnovmata
G. ojnovmato"G.
D.D. ojnovmasi
A.A.
II. Sentences

R.I.T. = Recognize and put (__) around the verbs, underline the nouns, and put [__] around the participles. Then identify whatever else you may be able to recall. Then translate whatever you can.

1. oiJ maqhtaiV sou~ ginwvskousi thVn basileivan kaiV a!gousi tou~" adelfouv" aujtw~n eij" aujthvn.


2. nu~n mevn didaskovmeqa u@po tw~n ajpovstolwn, tovte deV ejdidavskomen hJmei~" th~n ejkklhvsian.


3.ejgravfh tav ojnovmata uJmw~n u@po tou~ Qeou~ ejn tw/ biblivw/ th~" zwh~".


4. tau~ta levgomen toi~" poreuovmenoi" eij" toVn oi!kon periV tou~ ejgeivronto" tou~" nekrouv".


5. ijdou~sai a!utai toVn khruvxanta toV eujaggevlion ejkeivno h!lqon prov" autovn ejrcovmenon eij" toVn oi!kon.


6. poreuvmenou mevn tou~ kurivou metav tw~n maqhtw~n aujtou~ e!legon oiJ ajpovstoloi tau~ta ejlqovnto" deV eij" th~n oijkivan ejkei~na.


7. eijpovnto" tau~ta tou~ pneuvmato" tou~ aJgivou oiJ maqhvtai ejkhruvxan toVn lovgon tou~ Qeou~.


8. eujhggelivsamhn aujtou~" i@na swqw~sin kaiV e!cwsin zwvhn.


9. h!rxato deV oJ   jIhsou~" levgein toi~"   jIoudaivoi" o@ti dei~ aujtovn ajpevlqein.


10. tau~ta ejlavlhsen oJ   jIhsou~" toi~" ajkolouqou~sin aujtw~/ e!ti peripatw~n met' aujtw~n ejn th/ cwvra/ tav tw~n   jIoudaivwn.


11. e!xestin hJmi~n labei~n dw~ra ajp' ajllhvlwn, avll' oujk ajpokteivnai ou^de diwvxai ajllhvlou".


12. i!donte" deV th~n cavrin tou~ Qeou~ parekavlesan taV e!qnh menei~n ejn thV cavriti suvn cara~/ kaiV ejlpivdi.


III. Self-Evaluation

Being responsible as adult learners for our own education and based on progress made on the weekly self-expressions, how would you evaluate your progress in learning Greek thus far:

best experience ever _________________

doing ok ___________________________

not too happy _______________________

Comments:




Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #4 Answer Key
(Chs. I - XXV)


I. Paradigm Recall

1. The conjugation of the Present Active Indicative of the Greek verb has endings which indicate "person." Please complete the following table of endings:
SingularPlural
1= "w" - "I"1= "omen"- "we"
2= "ei""-"you"2= "ete"-"you all"
3="ei"-"he, she, it"3="ousi"-"they"


2. The second declension nouns follow a recognizable pattern of gender, number, and case. Please complete the following chart for these nouns:

Masculine
SingularPlural
N. o"N. oi
G. ouG.wn
D. w/D. oi"
A. onA. ou"
Neuter
SingularPlural
N. onN. a
G. ouG. wn
D. w/D. oi"
A. onA. a


3. The first declension nouns follow three patterns. The first two use either the vowel "a" or the vowel "e" for the basic pattern, while the third combines them. In the space provided below write out as best you can remember the full NGDA singular and plural for either of the two first (consistent) patterns [your choice]:
SingularPlural
N. aaihai
G. a"wnORh"wn
D. a/ai"h/ai"
A. ana"hna"


4. The Greek noun is "modified" by the use of articles and adjectives. These modifies will "agree" in gender, case, and number with the noun they modify. Please write out the declension of the definite article as best you are able in all three genders:

Singular
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. oJhJtov
G. to~uth~"to~u
D. tw/th/tw/
A. toVnthVntoV
Plural
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. oiJaiJtaV
G. tw~ntw~ntw~n
D. toi~"tai~"toi~"
A. touV"taV"taV


5. Please complete the following paradigm for the present active indicative for the verb "to be":

Singular
1. eijmiv
2. ei^
3. ejstiv(n)
Plural
1. ejsmevn
2.ejstev
3. eijsiv(n)

6. The secondary tenses of the Greek verb are past tense verbs. The imperfect tense can be recognized by three indicators: a) e or augment at the beginning b) the present stem of the verb, and c) the personal endings which differ from those of the PAI. These endings are: (Hint: 1st person singular is on)

Singular
1. on
2. e"
3. e
Plural
1. omen
2. ete
3. on

7. Now try to recall the personal endings for the First Aorist Active and Middle of the Greek verb. (Hint: the sign of the first aorist is augment + sa)

First Aorist ActiveFirst Aorist Middle
SingularPlural
1. sa1. samhn
2. sa"2. saso
3. se3. sato
PluralPlural
1. samen1. sameqa
2.sate2. sasqe
3.san3. santo

8. Can you complete the declension of these two third declension nouns?

SingularPlural
N. a!rcwnN. a!rconte"
G. a!rconto"G. a!rcontwn
D. a!rcontiD. a!rcousi
A. a!rcontaA. a!rconta"
SingularPlural
N. o!nomaA. ojnovmata
G. ojnovmato"G. ojnomavtion
D. ojnovmatiD. ojnovmasi
A. o!nomaA. ojnovmata


II. Sentences

R.I.T. = Recognize and put (__) around the verbs, underline the nouns, and put [__] around the participles. Then identify whatever else you may be able to recall. Then translate whatever you can.

1. oiJ maqhtaiV sou~ (ginwvskousi) thVn basileivan kaiV (a!gousi) tou~" adelfouv" aujtw~n eij" aujthvn.

2. nu~n mevn (didavskomeqa) u@po tw~n ajpovstolwn, tovte deV (ejdidavskomen) hJmei~" th~n ejkklhvsian.

3.(ejgravfh) tav ojnovmata uJmw~n u@po tou~ Qeou~ ejn tw/ biblivw/ th~" zwh~".

4. tau~ta (levgomen) toi~" [poreuovmenoi"] eij" toVn oi!kon periV tou~ [ejgeivronto"] tou~" nekrouv".

5. [ijdou~sai] a!utai toVn [khruvxanta] toV eujaggevlion ejkeivno (h!lqon) prov" autovn [ejrcovmenon] eij" toVn oi!kon.

6. [poreuvmenou] mevn tou~ kurivou metav tw~n maqhtw~n aujtou~ (e!legon) oiJ ajpovstoloi tau~ta, [ejlqovnto"] deV eij" th~n oijkivan ejkei~na.

7. (eijpovnto") tau~ta tou~ pneuvmato" tou~ aJgivou oiJ maqhvtai (ejkhruvxan) toVn lovgon tou~ Qeou~.

8. (eujhggelivsamhn) aujtou~" i@na (swqw~sin) kaiV (e!cwsin) zwvhn.

9. (h!rxato) deV oJ   jIhsou~" (levgein) toi~"   jIoudaivoi" o@ti (dei~) aujtovn (ajpevlqein).

10. tau~ta (ejlavlhsen) oJ   jIhsou~" toi~" [ajkolouqou~sin] aujtw~/ e!ti [peripatw~n] met' aujtw~n ejn th/ cwvra/ tav tw~n   jIoudaivwn.

11. (e!xestin) hJmi~n (labei~n) dw~ra ajp' ajllhvlwn, ajll' oujk (ajpokteivnai) ou^de (diwvxai) ajllhvlou".

12. [i!donte"] deV th~n cavrin tou~ Qeou~ (parekavlesan) taV e!qnh (menei~n) ejn thV cavriti suvn cara~/ kaiV ejlpivdi.

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